Things to try out. #5350

by stevenlareau - opened
stevenlareau
edited about 1 month ago

This is a list of input strings that I've figured out and a few I've seen mentioned here. Some of these are very cool to add to the end of your input string. Some are amazing, like wood carving and 3D sculpture, but the coolest one is Lomography and Double Exposure. Go try these out, stack these together, and change the order, there's more to be discovered.

illustration
painterly
blueprint
high resolution
photo realistic
3d rendered
line art
cross hatch
woodcut
tattoo
anime
wood carving
water color
marble sculpture
sculpture
3d sculpture
pastel
embroidery
fish eye lens
wide angle lens
Pixar
cartoon
Saturday morning cartoon
oils
High Definition
sketch
ultra HD
4k
inkpen drawing
clip art
pixel art
16 bit
gaussian blur (Serious blur, good for abstracts)
Nintendo
pixelated
statue
ink (does a tattoo image)
tiled (Try Mario Brothers Tiled- it makes sort of a map of the gamefield. Weird but cool.)
mirrored
symmetrical
tesselated
quilted
quilt
embroidered
embroidery
macramé
skeleton
hyper-realistic
impressionistic
kaleidoscope
charcoal drawing
charcoal sketch
3D printed
photocopy
light blur
polaroid
lomo or lomography
expired film
heart bokeh
film
stock photo
engraving
plaque
bronze plaque
wooden plaque (ends up as painted)
medal
map
stained glass
etched glass
blown glass figurine
balloon sculpture
caricature
embossed
rubber stamp
Lithography
stone lithography
lens flare
posterization
kid's drawing

double exposure
(specify second image right after double exposure to have it appear with the main image. As in "Girl on bridge double exposure boyfriend" to have him come in on the second frame. For fun, stack this with heart bokeh at the beginning of the string, then try it at the end to see the difference in what happens. COOL or WHAT?!)

New additions- Engraving, medal, and Map. Map draws game level looking images, try Mario Brothers Map. ;)

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I just posted sample images of some of these on my Instagram account. https://www.instagram.com/stevenlareau/

There are some truly amazing images on there! Thanks for sharing.

Thanks, I keep discovering new things to try, like stone lithography, and posterization. Endless hours of entertainment.